The lights are on
Last week, Pokémon developer Game Freak began teasing a new title. Hopes were high that this was something to do with Pikachu and pals. It turns out that the title is an odd hybrid of horse racing and solitaire.
Reported by 4gamer and shared by NeoGAF, Soriti Horse will be coming to the 3DS shop in Japan on July 31. The title tasks players with a solitaire mode to improve the way the horse races, and a "control" phase during which the horse is controlled.
There's no word yet if this will be coming to North American shores.
[Source: 4gamer via NeoGAF]
Our TakeQuirky combinations can work as proven by the long-running LEGO series and titles like Quarrel (Scrabble meets Risk). Given Game Freak's history (Pokémon, HarmoKnight), this might work out just fine. For those hoping for an updated Pokémon Red and Blue though, this is no doubt a disappointment. Keep hope alive, trainers.
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That sounds...really...weird? Out of everything, they decided to do that? Whatever.
Well... My guess was way off.
Well that's what I get for believing it would be something epic....
Well... That's not what I was expecting. I was hoping for another crossover...
Shoot, still waiting for a sequel to Pikachu's Beach, then.
This sounds pretty wacky. I do enjoy that Nintendo largely allows their developers under their hood to do whatever they want.
Horse racing and solitaire? I.. what?
I'd just be happy with Pokemon Red/Blue/Yellow being released on the 3ds virtual console.
We have an updated Red and Blue: FireRed and LeafGreen. If you want more Pokemon, play Black and White 2. It's the same style.
why is it that game companies only seem to be teasing these underwhelming titles? My guess is because without the tease, no one would give a crap. I think I'm done with teases. With recent trends, its rarely anything I'd consider worthwhile.
Anyting from these guys has potential
There was already an update Red & Blue version; Why would we think it would be that?